Biography

Lucinda W. Bunnen (b. 1930 in Katonah, NY) is a photographer living in Atlanta. She has traveled worldwide to find subject matter for her work and has had numerous solo and group exhibitions throughout the Southeastern United States. Bunnen is featured in several publications as co-author or subject, including: Movers and Shakers in Georgia (1978), Scoring in Heaven, Gravestones and Cemetery Art in The American Sunbelt States (1990), ALASKA Trails, Tales and Eccentric Detours (1992), and most recently Gathered (2018) among others. In 1999, she had a 30-year retrospective at the Atlanta College of Art, which had an accompanying award-winning catalogue.  In addition to her art at MOCA, Bunnen’s work can be found in numerous public collections, including the Museum of Modern Art, (New York, NY), the Whitney Museum of American Art (New York, NY), the Pushkin Museum (Moscow, Russia), the Smithsonian (Washington, D.C,), the National Museum of Women in the Arts (Washington, D.C.) the Mint Museum (Charlotte, NC), the Chrysler Museum (Norfolk, VA), and the High Museum (Atlanta, GA). She has participated in many national, international and regional juried shows such as Atlanta Artists in Buenos Aires in Argentina; Atlanta in France in Toulouse, France and New Southern Photography: Between Myth and Reality at the Burden Gallery in New York City, and she has received a bounty of well-deserved awards for her work including a recent, 2nd Governers award for the Arts and Humanities in 2019 (the first was granted in 1986).

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